Rose Bowl Tickets
Do you enjoy a first-rate football game? If so, you need to get a Rose Bowl ticket to attend a game at the Rose Bowl – one of the hosts of the College Football Playoff Semifinal games. The Rose Bowl fans love to root on their team and are some of the most educated football fans in the league. If you want to enjoy a great event and a great atmosphere, get your Rose Bowl tickets today to ensure you don’t miss any of the exciting action! This year is special since the first-ever College Football Playoff Semifinal game will be played at the Rose Bowl.
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About the Rose Bowl Game
Location: Pasadena, CA
Stadium: Rose Bowl
The Rose Bowl Game is college football’s oldest and most historic bowl game, having first been played in 1902. After the inaugural game in 1902, the game was not held from 1903-1915. The Rose Bowl was held again in 1916 and has been played annually every year since, usually on New Year’s Day. The Rose Bowl Game is a part of the annual Tournament of Roses, a New Year’s Day celebration held in Pasadena, California. The Rose Bowl and the annual Tournament of Roses Parade are some of the most famous New Year’s celebrations and traditions. The long, historical status of this bowl game has earned it the nickname “The Granddaddy of Them All.” The Rose Bowl joined the Bowl Championship Series in 1998 along with the Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Orange Bowl. From 1999-2006, college football’s national championship game rotated between these four bowl games each year, until the BCS National Championship Game was added as the fifth BCS game in 2007. The Rose Bowl Game served as the national championship game in 2002 and 2006. Going back to 1947, the Rose Bowl Game almost always matched-up teams from what are now the Big 10 and Pacific-12 Conferences. The BCS has allowed the Rose Bowl to continue selecting teams from these 2 conferences, unless the representatives are playing in the BCS National Championship Game.
With 98 Rose Bowl Games having been played as of 2012, college football fans have been treated to a tremendous amount of great moments in the Rose Bowl over the years. In the 1975 game, the University of Southern California Trojans defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes by a score of 18-17. After scoring a late touchdown and getting within one point of Ohio State, USC went for a gutsy two-point conversion for the lead and succeeded. The 1997 Rose Bowl featured Ohio State taking on the Arizona State Sun Devils. After ASU scored a late touchdown to go up 17-14, Ohio State quarterback Joe Germaine drove the Buckeyes down the field for a touchdown with only seconds left, giving OSU the 20-17 victory. The 2006 Rose Bowl will always be remembered for the incredible performance of Texas Longhorns quarterback Vince Young. It was the national championship game between Southern California and Texas. Vince Young threw for 267 yards and ran for another 200, amassing a total of 467 yards while leading Texas to a 41-38 victory and a national title. As of the 2012 game and the 98 times the Rose Bowl has been played, the Rose Bowl Game has remarkably never gone to overtime.
The University of Southern California Trojans currently own the most appearances in the Rose Bowl Game, having played in the game 32 times. The Michigan Wolverines have the second most appearances in the game, having played in 20 Rose Bowls. The Washington Huskies and Ohio State Buckeyes are tied for third in appearances, each with 14. Stanford and UCLA are fourth in appearances with 12, followed by Wisconsin and California with 8 each. USC has the most Rose Bowl Game victories all-time with 24, followed by Michigan with 8. Ohio State and Washington are tied for third in victories, each having won the Rose Bowl 7 times. Stanford and UCLA are tied for fourth in Rose Bowl victories, each with 5.
The Rose Bowl has been the host stadium of the Rose Bowl Game since 1923. The legendary stadium, which opened in October of 1922, has hosted some of the world’s biggest sporting events in its 90 year history. Along with the annual Rose Bowl Game, the Rose Bowl hosted the BCS National Championship Game in 2010 and will do so again in 2014. The stadium has been the host for 5 Super Bowls, in 1977, 1980, 1983, 1987, and 1993. The Rose Bowl has had a very significant presence on the world stage, hosting events for the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics, as well as the Men’s World Cup in 1994 and the Women’s World Cup in 1999. The stadium has also been the home of the UCLA Bruins football team since 1982. Tickets for the Rose Bowl Game are very difficult to get because it is one of the most popular sporting events of the entire year. If you are looking for Rose Bowl tickets, ICON Tickets is the best place to find them because we have a huge amount of tickets available for the game annually, with great seating options all around the Rose Bowl. Buy your tickets now and come to Pasadena and enjoy the Tournament of Roses Parade, followed by another epic battle between the two best teams in college football in “The Granddaddy of Them All!”
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